SSBH Program Scholarship Renamed in Honor of Stu Thorn
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Earlier this year, the world’s largest producer of electrical wire and cables, Southwire Company, gifted two four-year scholarships to two incoming University of West Georgia freshmen in the Richards College of Business. The Carrollton-based company awarded the students with what was previously known as the Southwire Sustainable Business Honors (SSBH) Program Scholarship. The four-year scholarship has been renamed the Stuart Thorn Scholarship in honor of Southwire’s outgoing CEO and President Stu Thorn. Stu’s 20-year legacy of executive leadership and high-impact accomplishments includes roles such as directing all North American operations, overseeing international business operations, and leading the creation of the 12 for Life program.Read More...